Apple's announcement of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6L is drawing ever closer, but that doesn't mean the steady stream of leaks is going to let up.
With a few hours to go before the official launch of the iPhone 6, a list of final specifications and features of the new iPhone has found its way onto the internet.
This latest leak could tell us what to expect from the Cupertino company later on today. If you don't want to be spoiled, look away now. If you just can't wait until the official launch, however, dig in.
This latest leak confirms some of the specs we've heard about the iPhone 6 already, whilst refuting others.
It states that the iPhone 6 will have a 4.7-inch display, with a resolution of 1334 x 750. Unlike previous iPhone 6 leaks, however, the display won't be protected with sapphire glass.
Apparently it will also feature a dual-core A8 CPU which is clocked at 1.4GHz, a fair bit lower than the previously rumoured 2GHz. This also contradicts a previous report that the iPhone 6 will feature a quad-core processor.
If this leak proves to be accurate, then whilst the downgrade in our expectations for the iPhone 6's processor is disappointing, it isn't the end of the world, as the new processor will still be 20% more powerful than the one found in the iPhone 5S.
The leak also claims to include results from the Geekbench 3 benchmark run on the new iPhone 6, showing how much more powerful it is compared to the iPhone 5S, with a multi-core score of 2920.
Elsewhere the leak points to 1GB of RAM, iOS 8 and a 128GB variant, plus an 8MP camera which does protrude slightly from the body.
The report does mention that there was no sign of the much-rumoured NFC settings, however this doesn't necessarily rule out the inclusion of this technology.
So how reliable is this leak? The information cam from a Weibo user called Rui Kee, who is widely known as the person who first leaked pictures of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.
Plenty of information and photos are included in the leak to help give it some authority, but we'll find out for certain how accurate it is in only a few short hours.